Career Transitions Forum

The Career Transitions Forum (CTF) is a unique series of lectures, presentations, and networking activities designed to support professionals who are transitioning in their careers.

Professionals from recruitment firms, corporations, and the local community will present a broad array of job search strategies and tips, with a different topic presented each week. New participants can join any week.  

Free Career Advising

Career Advising is available from corporate executives for those who have attended at least one CTF session. It is strongly recommended that those requesting counseling complete an HRD resume class. 

To schedule an appointment, submit the CTF Career Advising Request form, which is available at CTF meetings on Thursdays from 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM at Trinity Baptist Church in Raleigh.

Sept 27 | The Cambriare Career Management Seminar | Londy Bracale

The paradigm has changed in the workforce. The 2-5 year average job tenure is the current norm. This seminar will provide insight to what you need to succeed in this gig economy, to put you in control of your career! This seminar is designed for candidates in job transition, looking for more job satisfaction and increase happiness in their life, looking to completely change careers and want to control their careers.


Londy Bracale is an accomplished Sales Trainer, Strategist and Educational Professional. He has developed an effective non-traditional sales and management method, delivering business results through an evidence-based practice. He has taught at the university level, developed curriculum, and managed multiple training departments and hosts executive programs. His professional practice is rooted in psychology and human behavior that spans working with small business, fortune 500 corporations and federal government.


Oct 4 | "What Motivates Me?" | Vicky Moore


This CTF session will provide an overview of the 23 motivators and 5 identities The Culture Works uses, as well as the environments in which they work better.  When people align their roles with their motivators they tend to be more productive, happier and earn higher wages. Vicky Moore is a Corporate Trainer and Facilitator with a BS in Psychology from Campbell University and training certifications with Vital Smarts, The Culture Works and Time to Teach. Currently, she works with the Wake County Board of Elections team that trains nearly 2000 Precinct Officials for the upcoming 2018 General Election.



Trinity Baptist Church - Fellowship Hall
4815 Six Forks Rd, Raleigh, NC
Directions to Church
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Day & Time:

9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Arrive early and stay after for valuable informal networking!


This is a moderated group. Professionals must attend one or more CTF sessions to join.

Enhance Your Resume, Market yourself, Explore A New Career

HRD (Human Resources Development) courses provide assistance for adults who are trying to find employment, transitioning back into the workforce, or working to redefine their professional niche in today's global market. HRD offers many relevant classes that will help equip you for success in your job search. 

What our students are saying...

I have accepted an offer from Cisco as a Marketing Manager in their Enterprise Networking group. You can say that “networking” will be my job and not only a means for career advancement!
I am really thankful to you and other leaders and participants of Career Transition Forum group for their tremendous support, encouragement, willingness to help, opening rolodex’s, and insights into the modern hiring process. I truly learned from the wonderful speakers you invited, and from others’ experiences.
I am happy to extend help to anyone in the group to the extent I can.
- Vivek B., CTF Alumni


Today, I landed a permanent position at IAT Insurance as a Technical Project Manager/Process & Change Manager.  I am really excited!  It's truly a dream job for me where I will use all of my certifications. I could not have done it without your support and advice! Especially these 2 simple steps that REALLY made me a stand-out candidate:

  1. Networked with employed people in my field (which led to a friendship with an IAT IT staff member --> which led to my sincere interest in IAT --> which led to a referral!)
  2. Shared stories about specific technical projects I managed that are directly related to projects that IAT is planning to undertake now. 

- Elizabeth R., CTF Alumni

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